Occupational Hazard (FREE comic)

This mini-comic tells a story of a guy trying to escape an orbital station. With a case. Being chased by security. It’s more adult in tone, as it incorporates some violence, dark humor, and satire. I decided on just eight pages to keep the creation time down, yet it’s still enough to tell a complete (but short) story and work some different creative muscles.

Note: This comic is rated 12+/teen (NOT all-ages).

Occupational Hazard mini-comic front cover
Front cover, click for larger view
Occupational Hazard mini-comic back cover
Back cover, click for larger view
Occupational Hazard comic, pg 4
Pg 4, click for larger view
Occupational Hazard comic, pg 5
Pg 5, click for larger view

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